State election officials met with Governor Doug Ducey, Attorney General Mark Brnovich, and Arizona Supreme Court Chief Justice Robert Brutinel on Monday to review the county canvasses and certify the results of the November midterm election – officially declaring the winners.
The Arizona Secretary of State's office is calling for an investigation and “appropriate enforcement action” over two Cochise County supervisors who refused to certify results for the 2022 election.
After garnering statewide attention over a controversial attempt to hand count all ballots for the 2022 election, Cochise County has certified its election results after being ordered by a judge to do so. The county was facing a lawsuit from Arizona's Secretary of State for refusing to certify election results.
Kari Lake, who lost to Democrat Katie Hobbs in the gubernatorial election by some 17,000 votes, has refused to concede the race due to certain voting problems in Maricopa County. She filed the lawsuit to seek the identity of voters who had trouble casting a ballot, as well as seeking information on uncounted ballots that were accidentally mixed.
A judge has tossed out a lawsuit filed by the GOP candidate for Arizona Attorney General over alleged 'errors and accuracies' at some polling sites.
The South Carolina Supreme Court says former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows must testify before a special grand jury that’s investigating whether then-President Donald Trump and his allies illegally tried to influence the 2020 election in Georgia.
Republican officials in Cochise County refused to certify the 2022 election ahead of the deadline amid pressure from prominent Republicans to reject a vote count that had Democrats winning for U.S. Senate, governor and other statewide races.
GOP gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake, who lost her bid to be Arizona's next governor, has filed a public records lawsuit demanding Maricopa County hand over a variety of documents related to the election.
Mary Peltola, who is Yup’ik, defeated Republicans including Sarah Palin for the House seat to become the first Alaska Native to serve in Congress.
Weeks after the 2022 election, outgoing Arizona Governor Doug Ducey met with Governor-elect Katie Hobbs at the Executive Tower, and said his administration will ensure an orderly transition to Hobbs.
While the count is done, some Arizona counties are delaying results as election officials face threats almost daily. FOX 10's Danielle Miller reports.
The northwestern Arizona county is temporarily delaying certification of results from the midterm election until Nov. 28, in a move regarded as a protest against voting issues in Maricopa County that some GOP officials have blamed for their losses in top races including the contest for governor.
Every seat in the U.S. House of Representatives was up for election this midterm election, as they are every two years. Here's a state-by-state look at results in key races.
Bill Gates, a Republican and one of the leaders of the Maricopa County Elections Department, has been a fierce defender of the county's election system and an outspoken critic of false claims that the 2020 election was stolen.
It has been weeks since voters cast their ballot in a bitterly contested election, and Katie Hobbs, who is projected to become the first Democrat to be elected as Arizona's governor in years, is talking about her priorities upon taking office, among other issues.
Nearly two weeks after the 2022 Midterm Election and ballots are still being counted in Maricopa County, but officials say the counting should be done by the end of the day on Nov. 21.
Cochise County has delayed certifying the results of last week’s vote after hearing from a trio of conspiracy theorists who alleged that counting machines were not certified.
With at least two races for statewide offices showing very tight margins, there is a possibility for those races to undergo a recount.
Boebert is leading her opponent by 551 votes.
After an election that saw the projected defeat of at least two GOP candidates for federal and statewide offices, some prominent Republican Party members say changes need to be made.